I'm new to this site, and new to crime stories, but it seems to me that there are "cold" cases and "C-o-l-d" cases. Some cases seem to spark the interest of others in a big way (child murders) and others languish due to the fact the people aren't remembered by more than a few folks. Such is the case of this unfortunate man, Deward Roger Lough. Deward was a 47-year-old man who left a bar called the Grand Palace on November 26, 1992. The bar was located on Brooks street close to where Charleston High School once stood. It was close to his home. Deward was not seen for a couple of days and when his apartment was searched, his body was found. He'd been strangled. There are some biological clues that have been tested but no suspect has ever been publically named. His sister was interviewed a few years back and wants to know what happened to her brother ... who took him from her. The case remains unsolved, but someone knows who killed this man, or has some information. Deward was not well known; but he was a brother, and loved. We can help this family. This is one of two cold cases I will be reviewing the files on in the CPD thanks to Major Jason Beckett. Any thoughts of how I should proceed?